Experience Red Sky Golf Club

Red Sky’s Norman and Fazio courses are calling

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The exclusive Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club, a private golf club offering resort play access, offers some of the most luxurious mountain golf in the country. 

Ranked by Golf Digest as one of “America’s Greatest Golf Courses” and by Golfweek as the “Best Courses You Can Play”; Red Sky Golf Club offers two award winning course layouts spanning more than 800 acres to create an extraordinary high-alpine experience.

Nestled near the legendary Vail and Beaver Creek Mountain Resorts and only 20 minutes from the Vail/Eagle County Airport, Red Sky is a private membership club with a separate resort golf operation. Members and guests each enjoy their own clubhouse and alternate play daily between the Tom Fazio and Greg Norman courses.

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Like its namesake designer Greg Norman, the Norman Course is characterized by a passion for achievement. Native terrain defines the course, with colorful rock outcroppings, subdued scrub oak and contoured gulches contributing to create an unparalleled golf experience.

Meanwhile, highlighting the site’s indigenous vegetation and affording spectacular vistas of Vail’s Back Bowls, the Fazio Course, designed by Tom Fazio, accommodates players of all skill levels by routing golfers through sage-covered hills, into dense aspen forests with quaking leaves and around a highland lake.

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Red Sky also features the acclaimed Silver Sage Restaurant and charming SummerThyme Restaurant, two driving ranges and the Red Sky Golf Academy, which offers lessons and clinics by teaching professional Larry Rinker.

Stay in Beaver Creek or Vail for your summer golf getaway and gain access to Red Sky Golf Club with our Stay & Play Golf Packages starting at $250 per person.

For more information, call 866.873.3759 or visit RedSkyGolfClub.com.

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